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What I’m Buying to Revamp My WFH Wardrobe

What I'm Buying to Revamp My WFH Wardrobe 7

I’ve been working from home remotely for 4.5 years, and my typical WFH uniform has always been a T-shirt or sweatshirt/sweater and jogger pants or stretchy jeans. What can I do/wear/buy to make it a little more exciting?

There’s so much you can do to spruce up a WFH uniform. Luckily, there are a lot of very cute, chic loungewear brands out there right now that will make you feel put together and elevated so that you don’t have to sacrifice comfort for style. Depending on what kind of WFH style you prefer, you can choose between elevated pajamas, effortless dresses, or chic top-and-bottom sets. Find which style you are most, and start ordering some staples. Or mix it up and purchase several staples from each WFH style so that you never get bored. We listed our favorite WFH brands below that will make you feel both comfortable and chic.

Since wearing a full sweatsuit isn’t very practical in the summer, what’s a good alternative?

Silk or cotton flowy dresses that don’t have a lot of hardware and are comfortable, chic, and practical. Brands like Dôen and Ulla Johnson are a couple of favorites that I could easily live in and have as a WFH uniform, especially in the summer. Sleeper also has fashionable pajamas and dresses in lightweight summer fabrics like linen, silk, and viscose so that you feel practical in summer and chic. If you happen to be full-sweatsuit kind of girl and don’t want to do dresses, opting for pants and tops that are thin is a good move. Leset makes lightweight, comfortable sets in a range of cool colors and prints.

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